"We’re looking for him to be there at the end of the season, not just the start of the season," Danny Ainge said. "We’re getting him ready for training camp and looking forward to him being healthy in the playoffs. He looks good. Really good."
via rotoworld.com

Well this is obviously good news. And I agree that its more important to concentrate on a healthy KG come the playoffs, but having him from day 1 can't hurt. Ha. I think the C's should take the Spurs model of taking it easy some in the regular season, limiting your veterans minutes, and then turn it on come the playoffs. Championships are what matters and you need healthy rested players in the Spring to get those.

JR 9/11/2009 12:45:00 AM Edit
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  1. tb727 says:

    Agreed about the Spurs model of success. Ideally I'd love to see KG, Pierce and Allen in the high 20s minutes per game (like 28). It won't happen with Doc but here's hoping KG doesn't exceed 32 and Paul and Ray stay below 35.

  2. Mike-Dub says:

    Great news... can't wait to see KG back on the court!

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